NOTE! The video course has been removed from the Pack site and due to copyright, I’m not allowed to share it. Please contact Packt if you’re interested in getting it.
My FIM 2010 R2 video course, “Enterprise Identity Management with Microsoft Forefront Identity Management”, was published in july 2014! This page and the section pages below will be used to collect feedback and answer any questions you as a reader might have.
The video course has 8 sections as descibed below. Each section is divided in 4-5 videos, making a total of 36 videos.
If you would like to make general comments please comment on this page. Otherwise use the pages for each section if you have questions about the content in the videos.
The video can be ordered from Packt Publishing
In the video i use some fictive HR data. Here you can download the SampleSQLData script required to generate the SQL database.
In the video you see me use some scripts and code. These and also instructions on how to configure the environment can be found in my post on FIM 2010 R2 Pre-Requisites.
1. Installing FIM 2010 R2 on Windows Server 2012
FIM 2010 R2 is supported to run on Windows Server 2012. Before installing FIM 2010 R2 we need to get some pre-requisites in place. We start by installing SharePoint Foundation 2013, used by the FIM Portal, and then install all the basic components of FIM 2010 R2.
2. Basic configuration of FIM Synchronization and FIM Service
There are many typical configurations made in almost every FIM implementation. We configure the basic management agents we need to connect to the FIM Service and the Active Directory. We take a quick look at schema management before we import users already present in AD into our FIM environment.
3. User management
A typical flow is to have the HR system as master for typical users. We configure FIM to import users from HR and export the information to AD. We also look at some basic Exchange management of users.
4. Group Management
Groups are usually managed very differently depending on what kind of group you talk about. You have organizational groups controlled using information in HR, but you also have groups manually created for different purposes. Delegating the ability to manage groups to end-users is a key feature in FIM.
5. Configuring FIM for self-service
Self-service is a very useful concept to make identity management effective. By allowing end-users and/or managers to administer some aspects of the process is very useful. Self-Service Password Reset is one example we look at to show how self-service can really make an impact in a modern company.
6. Customizing FIM
When we start to use self-service the FIM Portal typically needs to be customized to meet the needs of the organization. This is not just the look and feel. It is also the functionality of the FIM by adding workflows and other custom activities in FIM.
Traceability is often important when it comes to identity management. Getting FIM Reporting up and running is the way in FIM to get easy access to long term historical data about identities managed by FIM.
8. Issuing SmartCards using FIM CM
Smartcards is one of the best and cheapest ways of getting stronger authentication. Managing the lifecycle of the Smartcard is made possible through FIM CM. We install FIM CM and make the basic configuration required for self-service. We then configure the policy to allow a manager to issue Smartcards to consultants without any involvement of IT.
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I am having difficulty in purchasing your video from this site. Is there another site to purchase this from
The video is still no released give it a try in a day or two. I will announce it on twitter as soon as it is available to order.
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I was asked in another forum about the setup in the course. I do not outline this very clear since the focus is not as much on how to install in this video. But the setup used in the background is a separate SQL and then FIM IM (sync, service and portals) runs on one machine and FIM CM on another. Everything is using aliases so there is hardly any “real” servernames used.
Thanks for your reply.
I purchased your FIM 2010 r2 videos, but I am not able to see the scripts and the code files you shared ?
Could you please share with me ?
Seems to be some misstake about the files. I will post here by the end of the week.
I have now posted script examples and other files in this post http://konab.com/fim-2010-r2-pre-requisites/
I tried to view the course but it has been retired on Packt.
Are these videos available anywhere anymore?
Yes, it has been retired. I need to actually check with Packt if I’m allowed to publish them as a kind of “open source”… Also please contact Packt and ask if you can get it as “free download” from them in the mean time.
May I know where i could get FIM 2010 R2 Video
any big difference between FIM 2010 and MIM 2016
Hi, the video is retired nu Packt. You could try and reach out to them and ask if it’s available somehow.
There are differences but, from core functionality perspective, nothing much has changed. I think the big game changer is the release of the MIM WAL from Microsoft.
yeah sure, as my work requires FIM/MIM, so that is why i am looking for courses, I will try to reach out to Packt
Thank you for your advice
Hopefully no one is still using and running FIM they should all be on a supported, + MIM 2016 SP2 version 😉
Yes I see, but it seems that there is not any video course of MIM 2016, right?
No, not any MIM Video Trainings, as far as I’m aware. But maybe the Oxford Computing courses could fit your needs.
thank you so much for your advice
I checked with Packt, they said that course is no longer available on Packt and there is no way to get/retrieve it
Is there any other option to get it?
Sorry, but the copyright of the material is owned by Packt. So, if they say no… it’s a no.
Yes I see
thank you for your update 🙂